Inspra is a prescription drug for adults who develop congestive heart failure after a heart attack. Congestive heart failure means the heart is too weak to pump enough blood through the body. Inspra can help these patients survive. It can be used with other heart medicines and can also be taken by adults with high blood pressure. It lowers blood pressure by itself or with other medicines.
How does Inspra work?
Inspra blocks a hormone in the body called aldosterone which, if your levels are too high, may lead to heart failure. By blocking aldosterone and other hormones, Inpsra helps your body and your heart failure condition. It is available in a 25mg or 50mg tablet and is taken once a day.
Who should not take Inspra?
Inspra shouldn’t be taken if you:
- have high potassium
- have serious kidney problems
- are allergic to any ingredient in Inspra
- are taking certain types of medicines for:
- fungal infections
Double check with your doctor to be sure about your medications.
If you have any of the following, do not take Inspra for high blood pressure:
- type 2 diabetes with protein in your urine
- certain kidney problems
- elevated potassium from taking potassium or water pills
Should I tell my doctor anything before taking Inspra?
Your doctor will need to know about all your medical conditions. Tell your doctor if you:
- have kidney problems
- are pregnant or could become pregnant
- are breast-feeding
Also tell your doctor about any medications you take, including non-prescription drugs, herbal or natural remedies and supplements.
Is there anything I should avoid while taking Inspra?
- do not take potassium pills, salt with potassium, or water pills that can raise your potassium
- if you become pregnant, call your doctor right away. It is not known if Inspra could harm your unborn baby
- talk to your doctor if you are breast-feeding. Inspra may pass through breast milk into your baby
Are there any side effects?
Some patients who took Inspra for congestive heart failure after a heart attack had these side effects:
- abnormal blood tests for potassium
- abnormal blood tests for kidney function
Some patients who took Inspra for high blood pressure had these side effects:
- Flu-like feelings
Call your doctor right away if you have uneven or abnormal heartbeats. Your potassium may be too high.
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